Anstey, Thomas Esq. 1769-25.oct.1843 England Cambridgeshire, Trumpington - Somerset, Bath
 1770 his family settled at Royal Crescent in Bath while keeping Anstey Hall in Trumpington as country seat, 6.jul.1789 aged 18 and 'of Cambridgeshire' he matriculated at Peterhouse College of the University of Cambridge, 1793 employed as civil servant and 1802 as judge with the Madras Civil Service in India, 1840 residing at Cavendish Crescent in Bath Landsdown ; son of the poet 'The New Bath Guide' Christopher Anstey (Cambridgeshire, Brinkley 31.oct.1724-3.aug.1805 Chippenham Hardenhuish, buried Bath) and Ann Calvert who married 1756 ; aug.1801 in Madras he married Frances Montresor (1775-1843 Bath)

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[] Sacred music. In two volumes. The words from the bible and Milton's works, in solo, duet, trio and quartet, with a Motet for the orchestra. Printed for the author, C. Maund, London apr1824
announced as The Sacred music of Thomas Anstey Esq. in the Literary Gazette and Journal of bellis lettres, arts, sciences, etc. London 1824
a second edition was published London 1830
copies at British Library London, Conservatoire Royal Brussel, Det Kongelige Bibliotek Copenhagen

[] Six hymns for 4 voices, with an accompaniment for the organ or piano forte
pub J. D. Loder, Bath 1827

[] Awake my glory. Anthem
[] By the waters of Babylon. Anthem
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